Ryan Urgo, David Goldstein, and Carmen Roque are all running for office on the Manalapan Township Committee.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Three Republicans and three Democrats have filed to run in the June primary for seats on the Township Committee.
The Manalapan Township Committee has three positions up for grabs in this upcoming election as Deputy Mayor Jordan Maskowitz and Committeeman Andrew Lucas’ three-year term and Committeeman Jack McNaboe’s one year term expires on Dec. 31. Lucas has decided not to run for reelection in 2013. Incumbent Maskowitz will be running for reelection on the Republican ticket alongside Maryann Musich for the three-year term. The Democratic challengers for the full term, who also filed for the June primary, are Ryan Urgo and David Goldstein. Urgo ran for the Manalapan-Englishtown Board of Education in the November 2012 election and lost by a slim margin. McNaboe, who was sworn in to the Township Committee after Don Holland resigned last month, is …
Two incumbents file for the June primary with no challengers.
Englishtown Councilman Gregory Wojyn and Councilman Lou Sarti have filed for the June Primary on the Republican ticket. The two councilmen wish to regain their seats on the Council next year as their terms expire on Dec. 31. Their open seats are the only seats up for grabs in 2013, according to Englishtown Clerk Peter Gorbatuk. Wojyn and Sarti are both running unopposed in the primary election, which is scheduled for June 4.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Voting will take place at Manalapan Township Fire Company #1 on Saturday, Feb. 16.
The Manalapan Fire District 2 budget election will be held on Saturday, Feb. 16. The voting is scheduled from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Manalapan Township Fire Company #1, located on Sweetmans Lane. Manalapan has two fire districts serving the community with two different tax rates. Fire District 1 is covered by Gordons Corner Fire Company and Fire District 2 is covered by Manalapan Fire Company #1. Not sure what fire district you are in? Check the Manalapan Township code which specifies the parameters of each district.
The 89-year-old U.S. senator officially confirmed he will not seek re-election in 2014.
After a nearly 30-year Congressional term, U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) announced Thursday he will not seek office in the 2014 election. “I will be traveling to my hometown of Paterson tomorrow to announce that I will not seek re-election in 2014," read a brief, one-paragraph statement from Launtenberg's press office. "While I may not be seeking re-election, there is plenty of work to do before the end of this term and I'm going to keep fighting as hard as ever for the people of New Jersey in the U.S. Senate," his message concluded. Lautenberg's announcement also promised that he was undergoing "a two-year mission to pass new gun safety laws, protect children from toxic chemicals, and create more opportunities for working families in …
Monday, December 10, 2012
Newark Mayor Cory Booker hints at his political future. You tell us: What position should he go after?
Newark Mayor Cory Booker, who increasingly finds himself on the national political stage, has a decision to make: run for governor or run for U.S. Senate? Booker, 43, said he's considering both, and will make a decision in the next two weeks, according to the Huffington Post. Speculation has swirled that Booker would seek higher office as his political star starts to shine brighter. Party officials gave him a coveted speaking spot at this year's Democratic National Convention and moves such as living off of the same allotment as food stamp recipients for a week garnered national attention. Now the question is: Which office will he seek and who will he run against? If he goes for governor and wins the Democratic primary, he'll almost …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Republicans celebrated their victory last night at the Yorktowne Club
The Republicans of Manalapan gathered at the Yorktowne Club Tuesday night to await the election results for Manalapan Township Committee and for the Freehold Regional High School District Board of Education representative. Ryan Green, the Republican incumbent for Township Committee, and Jennifer Sutera, the FRHSD Board incumbent, and also a Republican, anxiously awaited the district numbers as they were calculated throughout the evening. George Hartigan of Hartigan’s Grille catered the event with food and refreshments from his Englishtown restaurant. Those in attendance included Planning Board Chairman John McNaboe, Planning Board members Glen Mendez and Kathryn Kwaak, Deputy Mayor Don Holland and his wife Wanda, Committeeman Jordan …
Freeholders Curley and DiMaso defeat challengers William Shea and Kevin Lavan; incumbent French best Steinhorn in county clerk bid.
The Monmouth County Republicans will retain a 5-0 majority on the Board of Chosen Freeholders. With 99 percent of districts reporting, Freeholder Director John Curley and Freeholder Serena DiMaso led their Democratic opponents William Shea and Kevin Lavan by over 25,000 votes, according to unofficial results from the Monmouth County Board of Elections. "We are gathered here tonight to make sure that what you have entrusted in us remains and creates the greatest county in the state of New Jersey," Curley said during Monmouth County Republican Committee’s election party at South Gate Manor in Freehold Tuesday night. Curley, a Middletown resident, had 134,510 votes to Shea’s 105,356. The win gives Curley a second full term on the county …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The unofficial results from Monmouth County are in.
All of the district numbers have been tallied and the unofficial results from the Monmouth County Clerk's Office are reporting that Republican incumbent Ryan Green has been re-elected to a three-year term on the Manalapan Township Committee, beating Democratic challenger Seth Ptasiewicz by an 18.56 percent margin. Both Englishtown Borough Council Republican incumbents Lori Cooke and Maryanne Krawiec were re-elected to their positions on the dais for three-year terms. Jennifer Sutera was re-elected as the Manalapan representative of the Freehold Regional High School District beating challenger Gloria Close by a 30.65 percent margin. The term on the board of education is three years. Two seats were open for the Manalapan-Englishtown Regional…
Voters in New Jersey on Tuesday cast their ballot for Barack Obama, giving him the state's 14 electoral votes.
Barack Obama won New Jersey’s 14 electoral votes on Tuesday, defeating Republican Mitt Romney. In the 2008 presidential election, the state voted for the Democratic candidate, and since the 1990s has voted for the overall winner of the presidential race 3 out of 5 times. Romney and Obama did not campaign aggressively in New Jersey. The state has typically been a Democratic stronghold in recent presidential elections.